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AWS Journey to the Cloud Podcast #3: MyWorkpapers

Ubertas Consulting are delighted to feature in the latest ‘Journey to the Cloud’ podcast with AWS Territory Manager, Ronan Doyle, and guest Tim MacKinnon, Head of Technology at MyWorkpapers. Tim discusses how the company has created a cloud-based solution to digitise and consolidate important accounting data, simplify workflows and increase efficiency – and the important…

Ubertas Consulting Services now Available on AWS Marketplace

Ubertas Consulting are very excited to announce that 10 of our services are now available on AWS Marketplace. What is AWS Marketplace? AWS Marketplace is an online channel that makes it easy for customers to find, compare, and immediately start using the software and services that run on AWS. Visitors to AWS Marketplace can quickly…

Time for a Cloud Financial Health Check?

As you’re already very much aware, Cost Optimisation isn’t a one-off checklist item that one can ‘fire-and-forget’. It’s an ongoing, repeated process. And that can be a chore, especially if you’re the only one driving it. But what about a more proactive approach to Cost Optimisation? How can we apply an attitude of continual improvement…

Modernising in AWS – Elastic Beanstalk to Fargate

For many teams new to the AWS cloud, AWS Elastic Beanstalk can be an easy way in. It’s great for rapidly prototyping certain types of applications, and to help you fast-track your product development, particularly if you’re a young startup. It can quickly stand up web applications end-to-end, which is useful for demonstrating new features…

Migrating from .NET to Containerised .NET Core in AWS

Migrating any workload can be daunting at first, especially if you’re migrating from something familiar and trusted, to something new and untested. In this blog, we will take a high-level tour of some of the things you should consider when migrating your first .NET Core workloads into AWS. What is .NET Core? Originally released in…

Security: Simplifying & Securing your Access Key Management with AWS SSO

If you’ve been working with AWS for any period of time, you’ll likely have encountered the need to manage your Cloud infrastructure programmatically from your laptop or Mac. Maybe you use the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)? You might be using the AWS CDK or a Terraform project? Or maybe you have that script left…

Modernisation: Monoliths to Microservices Using AWS App Mesh

In the latest entry to our Modernisation Blog series, Solutions Architect Jim Wood performs a high-level comparison of monoliths vs microservices, before exploring some of the ways in which App Mesh makes managing microservices easier. Let’s get started! Monoliths Unless you’ve been living in the dark ages, chances are you already know what a monolith…

Modernisation: An Introduction

Throughout May we will be publishing a series of blog entries on the topic of Modernisation, written by our team of expert cloud architects. Managing Partner and Co-Founder John Lacey kicks us off with the introduction below, touching on some of the key business benefits. Modernising your applications to drive growth and reduce TCO Modernising…

Ingram Micro Announces New Strategic Partnership with Ubertas Consulting

Milton Keynes, UNITED KINGDOM – 1st April 2021. Ingram Micro Cloud, the UK’s largest cloud growth enabler of technology solutions and distributor of Amazon Web Services, has announced their partnership with Ubertas Consulting. This new alliance builds on Ingram Micro Cloud’s recent global collaboration agreement with AWS, and their drive to accelerate partner growth and…

Ubertas Consulting launches its new Customer Success Management Team!

Ubertas Consulting has a single focus. Transforming the Cloud Consultancy market through service excellence, and driving innovation for customers of all sizes through industry-leading technologies and delivery experience, which is enabled by Amazon Web Services best practice. To further enhance a high quality of service and help customers get the most out of our technical…

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